Pedro Garcia Duarte
I am professor of economics at the University of São Paulo (FEA-USP), Brazil. I hold a BA in economics from USP (1998), a Master's degree in economics from Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (2001), and a PhD in economics from Duke University (2007). My research interests are on the history of postwar economics, in particular macro and monetary economics, with an emphasis on how modeling strategies and techniques had their use stabilized over time. I have published articles on this subject in leading journals of the field and a few book chapters. In 2012 he co-edited with his colleague Gilberto Tadeu Lima a volume on the history of microfoundations of macroeconomics, titled “Microfoundations Reconsidered: the relationship of micro and macroeconomics in historical perspective” and published by Edward Elgar.
Awards and Academic Recognition:
- "Costantino Bresciani Turroni-AISPE" Prize, June 2006, for best article presented by researcher under the age of 35 at the AISPE (Associazone Italiana per la Storia del Pensiero Economico) Conference.
- "Young Researcher Award", May 2015, European Society for the History of Economic Thought (ESHET); "This prize recognizes scholarly achievements of historians of economic thought at an early stage of their career. The prize is awarded to scholars below the age of 40 at the time of the annual conference in recognition of outstanding publications in the history of economic thought."